Many of us love the number puzzle originating in Japan. Literally translated, Sudoku essentially means “single number”. And that also explains the actual purpose of the game.

The square playing field is arranged in three blocks of three, whereby each block consists of nine boxes. So the entire playing field consists of 81 fields with 9 rows and columns. Between 22 and 36 fields are predetermined with numbers between 1 and 9, depending on which level of difficulty you choose.

Now you must complete the whole puzzle with the right numbers, provided that in each line, column and every block the numbers from 1 to 9 only appear once.  

Solving a Sudoku puzzle is great opportunity to bring our brain up to speed, because logic and a good power of deduction are promoted here. Sudoku is actually more effective than a crossword puzzle, because acquired knowledge cannot be resorted to here.

Start now with a Sudoku puzzle and improve your logical reasoning. A little tip: first of all, start with the level of difficulty for beginners – you’ll be amazed how quickly you become an expert!

We wish you lots of fun and success!